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Kantara Review

Posted October 17th, 2022, 02:05 PM IST

Reviews Movie Review : Kantara
Rating : 3.00
Banner : Hombale Films
Cast : Rishab Shetty, Kishore, Achyuth Kumar, Sapthami Gowda and others
Music : Ajaneesh Loknath
Producer : Vijay Kiragandur
Director : Rishab Shetty
Released Date : Oct 15, 2022

A king in the 1800s gave his forest land to the local tribe's people. In the 1970s, one of the king’s successors tried to claim the lands as his. When he moves to court to claim the land, he dies on the steps of the court.

In 1990, a forest officer Murali (Kishore) lays restrictions on the forest dwellers saying the government land cannot be touched. The local youth Shiva (Rishab Shetty) challenges Murali.

Shiva is also a loyal henchman to the local feudal lord Devendra (Achyuth Kumar). Wrongly assuming that Murali tries to usurp their community from the forests, Shiva goes against him. Shiva’s father was a Kola ritual performer, in their forests and his cousin Guruva practices the same.

When Guruva was killed brutally, Shiva gets to know reality. The rest of the drama is about vengeance.